Around here, we tend to improve with age. . . On Monday, November 13th, our Safe Passage Senior program partnered with San Francisco Senior Center for a health and fitness walk in the neighborhood. Stay tuned for more updates from our walking groups. Want to partner or attend, contact us.
SF Rec and Park hosts a community meeting tonight (11/16) from 6-7:30pm at Boeddeker Park Clubhouse to share concept designs ahead of moving forward with the Turk Hyde Improvement Project. Click here for tonight's flyer. Gentle Movement Class returns 11/20. Continuing Thursdays after Thanksgiving, Faithful Fools Street Ministry brings the Listening Post. They want to hear from you!
In the month of October, Clean Team responded to 109 hotline calls. You can call the Clean Team at 415-385-5490. Or send us a clean request online. A special recognition to resident and Tenderloin tour guide Pam Coates for alerting our attention to Mona Caron's Windows into the Tenderloin last month. Thanks, Pam!
As part of the Turk Hyde Mini Park Pilot, our friends from The Healing WELL SF will be bringing their expertise in calming, meditative practice and healing to the park for three consecutive Mondays in November.
From senior centers and food pantries, to parks and street corners, ambassadors from Walk San Francisco and Tenderloin Safe Passage gathered over 200 responses from the project area in the Tenderloin and Lower Nob Hill communities.
Words from an artist activator: "What’s different here is that you’re bringing calm inside of an environment that is not always calm. When you have calm you are able to reflect rather than react. Everything that’s happening in the street is about reaction,"
TLCBD Clean Team is proud to pitch in to take care of these once utilitarian neighborhood resources turned artworks. If you see graffiti on them [yep it happens], call the Clean Team Hotline [415-385-5490] and we’ll work to remove it.
In addition to this month's stats, we spotlight a product we're using to help prevent spread of hepatitis A which is currently affecting communities in southern California. Taking this proactive preventative measure is not only for the protection of our community but also our dedicated staff.
During the September 7th event held at the Hamilton on O’Farrell Street, we actively engaged the community in Quality of Life issues affecting the neighborhood. Five staff members facilitated working groups comprised of approximately ten audience members each. Here's a report back on some of the ideas, themes, and action steps that emerged.
In addition to our regular collaboration with friends from the Demonstration Gardens who provide games, gardening, and arts, here's a schedule of what's ahead including gentle movement classes, soulful singing, drumming and crochet jams. It's all free and appropriate for all ages and abilities.